The course provides a foundation for the range of courses provided in the BAv, and includes a general description of the aviation industry. Topics are chosen from the main organisations and the regulatory environment: introductory aviation economics and management practices for airlines and airports; basic aeronautical knowledge including aircraft performance, operation and navigation; international and organisational cultures; human factors; aviation safety. This course is taught in an interactive context, developing library research skills and written, oral and presentation communication skills.
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